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  • Author(s):
    Edward Brunicardi
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    An estimated 103,000 undocumented immigrants reside in Indiana, the vast majority of whom have no pathway to obtain legal authorization to drive. This restriction makes life significantly harder for undocumented residents, who must constantly weigh the universal need to drive against the risk of a traffic infraction or accident leading to a citation for driving without a license. But such a restrictive licensing regime is also detrimental to all legal residents of Indiana, who pay the price o…

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    2021-01
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  • Author(s):
    Edward Brunicardi, Bridget Schippers
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    In order to ensure that the University of Notre Dame supports its employees with fair wage policies in the future, the Raising the Standard Campaign proposes that the University of Notre Dame adopt the following policies: increase student wages to $15 per hour, institute a cost of living adjustment (COLA) for all Notre Dame workers, create a Notre Dame Just Wages and Fair Employment Board, enhance educational benefits, revisit retirement benefits, celebrate employee appreciation week, and imp…

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    2022-05
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  • Author(s):
    Francl, K. E.
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    Despite the acknowledgement of water shrews (Sorex palustris) as a patchily­distributed, rare species throughout much of their southern range and a species of concern in Michigan and Wisconsin, specific habitat requirements of these wetland­obligate insectivores are poorly understood. My study determined the presence of water shrews at 51 lacustrine, riverine, and palustrine areas at UNDERC (Vilas Co., Wisconsin and Gogebic Co, Michigan) and the Ottawa National Forest (Gogebic Co., Michigan)….

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    2005
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  • Author(s):
    Sangnam Kim, Siyuan Zhang, Sangpil Yoon
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    Current advances in ultrasound imaging techniques combined with the next generation contrast agents such as gas vesicles (GV) revolutionize the visualization of biological tissues with spatiotemporal precision. In optics, fluorescent proteins enable understanding of molecular and cellular functions in biological systems due to their multiplexed imaging capability. Here, a panel of GVs is investigated using mid-band fit (MBF) spectral imaging to realize multiplexed ultrasound imaging to unique…

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    2022-08-11
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  • Author(s):
    Yide Zhang, Yinhao Zhu, Evan Nichols, Qingfei Wang, Vignesh Sundaresan, Siyuan Zhang, Cody Smith, Paul W. Bohn, Scott S. Howard
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    Fluorescence microscopy imaging speed is fundamentally limited by the measurement signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). To improve image SNR for a given image acquisition rate, computational denoising techniques can be used to suppress noise.However, common techniques to estimate a denoised image froma single frame either are computationally expensive or rely on simple noise statistical models. These models assume Poisson or Gaussian noise statistics, which are not appropriate for many fluorescence mi…

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    2022-03
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  • Author(s):
    Brant D. Gates, Jackson B. Vyletel, Lei Zou, Matthew Webber
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    The affinity possible from certain supramolecular motifs rivals that for some of the best-recognized interactions in biology. Cucurbit [7] uril (CB[7]) macrocycles, for example, are capable of achieving affinities in their binding to certain guests that rival that of biotin−avidin. Supramolecular host−guest recognition between CB[7] and certain guests has been demonstrated to spatially localize guest-linked agents to desired sites in vivo, offering opportunities to better exploit this affinit…

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    2022-06
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    Zhihong Peng, Mohini Mohan Konai, Luis F. Avila-Cobian, Man Wang, Shahriar Mobashery, Mayland Chang
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    Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), a fatal disease characterized by excessive matrix degradation and fibrosis, destroys the lung architecture and results in the inability of the lungs to absorb oxygen. The cause(s) of IPF is unknown and current treatments are palliative. Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) and A Disintegrin And Metalloproteinases (ADAMs) likely play roles in IPF progression. However, specific MMPs and ADAMs in IPF have not been identified due to challenges in MMP/ADAM profilin…

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    2022-03
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  • Author(s):
    Brant D. Gates, Jackson B. Vyletel, Lei Zou, Matthew Webber
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    The affinity possible from certain supramolecular motifs rivals that for some of the best-recognized interactions in biology. Cucurbit [7] uril (CB[7]) macrocycles, for example, are capable of achieving affinities in their binding to certain guests that rival that of biotin−avidin. Supramolecular host−guest recognition between CB[7] and certain guests has been demonstrated to spatially localize guest-linked agents to desired sites in vivo, offering opportunities to better exploit this affinit…

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    2022-06
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    L. Gallagher, W. T. Barker, V. B. Hubble, J. Gasper, C. Melander, C. Manoil
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    Small molecule adjuvants that enhance the activity of established antibiotics represent promising agents in the battle against antibiotic resistance. Adjuvants generally act by inhibiting antibiotic resistance processes, and specifying the process acted on is a critical step in defining an adjuvant’s mechanism of action. This step is typically carried out biochemically by identifying molecules that bind adjuvants and then inferring their roles in resistance. Here, we present a complementary g…

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    2022-01
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  • Author(s):
    Parker, R.A.
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    1956
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    Sanford, P.R.
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    Analysis of cladoceran fossil remains from sediment cores from two suites of lakes–Tuesday, Paul, and Peter lakes in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and the Herring River chain of lakes on Cape Cod, Massachusetts–reveals a high incidence of the cornuta form of Bosmina longirostris. This form is characterized by having relatively short, extremely down-curved or down- and out-curved antennules, as opposed to the normal Bosmina morphology of relatively long and slightly curved antennules. Cornut…

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    1993
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    McCreary, N.J. and S.R. Carpenter
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    Interspecific and intraspecific interactions were examined in Eleocharis acicularis ( L.) R. & S. and Juncus pelocarpus forma submersus Fassett, two rhizomatous perennial plai;its which occur in the littoral zones of many temperate oligotrophic lakes. Reciprocal replacement series experi­ments were established in Roach Lake, U.S.A., at 4 ratios and 3 densities during the 1982 and 1983 growing seasons. Changes in biomass and in a variety of morphological characters were measured. Although …

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    1987
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